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Large carmakers including Volkswagen, FCA could face 2021 EU emissions fines: Study
Volkswagen and FiatChrysler could face penalties of up to 1.83 billion euros ($2.08 billion) and 746 million euros respectively, if they fail to meet the European Union’s emissions targets set for 2021, according to AlixPartners.
High wages, low productivity challenging S. Korean carmakers
High wages and low productivity are posing considerable challenges for South Korean carmakers already struggling with slowing global market sales, the chief of a local auto industry lobby said in a recent interview.
Carmakers seek electric car sounds for post-petrol era
Carmakers are dreaming up futuristic electric car engine sounds to ensure that pedestrians can hear vehicles that lack audible cues like high-revving, howling combustion engines, senior executives at the 89th Geneva International Motor Show in Geneva, Switzerland, said.
S. Korean carmakers' sales fall 1.1% on weak overseas demand
Vehicle sales of South Korea's five carmakers declined 1.1 percent last month from a year earlier on weak overseas demand, corporate data showed on Monday.
Carmakers bracing for shocks as electrified future looming
Auto industry executives gathering this week for the Paris Motor Show, to be held during 4-14 October, will be rubbing shoulders with unusual company: Dozens of tech experts eager to tackle what many consider the ultimate connected device.
German luxury carmakers achieve new global sales record
German automotive companies continue to dominate the global market for luxury vehicles, a study published by the Bergisch-Gladbach technical college finds.
German carmakers dismayed as US weighs auto tariffs
German automakers reacted with dismay as the US Commerce Department said tariffs on car imports could be on the horizon, potentially opening a new front in a burgeoning transatlantic trade conflict.
Global carmakers show off SUVs, electrics as China promises reforms
Global carmakers touted their latest electric and SUV models in Beijing on Wednesday, as China promises a more level playing field in the world’s largest auto market where domestic vehicles are making major inroads.
Carmakers join forces in Europe to make electrics widespread
Major automakers say their joint European electric car recharging network will open its first stations this year in Germany, Austria and Norway in what the companies hope will be a big step toward mass acceptance of battery-powered cars
Carmakers rush to put Saudi women behind wheels of their models
Car companies haven’t wasted any time courting the nine million potential customers unlocked when Saudi Arabia lifted its ban on women drivers.
Five South Korean carmakers' sales fall 1.6%
South Korea's five carmakers said their combined sales fell 1.6 percent on-year last month due mainly to weak demand from overseas markets.
South Korean carmakers' profitability  falling behind foreign rivals
South Korean carmakers posted lackluster profitability over the first half of 2017, industry data showed on Sunday, falling far behind major overseas rivals.
Carmakers rev up emissions cuts as tough rules loom
Global carmakers, stung by emissions scandals, are racing to hunt down every gram of harmful CO2 spewed out on the roads as tougher pollution rules kick in.
Europe carmakers rise
Carmakers and real estate companies led European stocks higher on Friday, paring their first weekly decline in three.
‘Don’t get overjoyed at US carmakers’ presence in Iran’
An influential Iranian trade official says American car manufacturers should not be given “easy” access to Iran’s “lucrative auto market”.

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